Beverly Hills, 90210 cast preps reboot without Luke Perry

“So, it’s obviously very difficult to do this without him.”
Entitled BH90210, the new show isn’t a continuation of the series. Garth added: “He’s been with us every step of the way.”

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“Luke was a huge part of our ’90210′ family, and personally Luke was a very large part of my life,” Jason Priestly said. Having gone their separate ways after the series ended nearly 20 years ago, the actors return as heightened versions of themselves. “Very much like ‘Episodes.’ A little bit of ‘Arrested Development’ thrown in there. But very much in the vein of those shows.”
While most of the original cast will return, there is a void after the passing of Luke Perry in March. It’s difficult. Advertising

“The show is comedic drama, very, very heavy on the comedy side. It’s a scripted, fake reality show that follows Jason Priestly and Ian Ziering and Jennie Garth, all of us trying to get a reboot of ‘Beverly Hills 90210’ made, and what that entails,” Priestley said. He was a good friend of mine,” he said. “I’m still having trouble reconciling that, so I don’t have an answer for you. Ziering said he’s still processing his grief. In addition to Priestley, original stars Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering, Gabrielle Carteris, Brian Austin Green and Tori Spelling were in New York to promote the new show, set for a summer debut. A little bit of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ thrown in there.